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Milne

A(lan) A(lexander). 1882--1956, English writer, noted for his books and verse for children, including When We Were Very Young (1924) and Winnie the Pooh (1926)
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Mr Milne got her back to the caravan where he wrapped her up in towels and duvets to warm her up and then noticed she had stopped breathing.
Milne was remanded in custody and is expected to appear in court again within the next week.
He told Milne: "I propose to take steps for the protection of the public to ensure that, on release, you will be subject to a long period of supervision."
While he was at Oxford University in 1977, Milne traveled to Lebanon and met with PLO terrorists.
She was flanked by her three adult children, Tukaha Milne, Tiakina Milne and Koha Aperahama, who all spoke in fluent te reo to congratulate their mother.
On 2 August, Milne and the 39 other honorees gathered together at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess for dinner and an awards ceremony.
Milne allowed animals to be chipped under her name as a matter of convenience, and out of concern for the stray dogs and cats that the organization was dedicated to caring for.
Stewart Milne Homes North West is a division of Stewart Milne Group whose chief executive, Glenn Allison, believes the fund is a major step forward in addressing the country's long-term housing challenge.
While much of Courcelle-Labrousse's submissions, which finished Wednesday morning, had criticized the quality of the evidence provided by the prosecution implicating his client in the assassination, which also killed 21 others, Milne responded that it was not for the Trial Chamber to assess how they should weight the evidence at this midway point in the trial.
Milne was interviewed on the show "As It Happens," on CBC Radio, Monday, and said: "It's a very heavy, oily, musky smell.
Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) returns to London from the trenches, where he witnessed hundreds of countrymen cut down in their prime.